This March 31st, The Center for Transgender Health staff participates in Transgender Day of Visibility. The annual event is dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide.
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Meet the Johns Hopkins Medicine Pride Month Achievers Award recipients: Sage Magness, Graduate Student Experience Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Stephen Martin, M.D., Section Chief, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians; and Anthony Teano, M.L.A., Senior Administrative Coordinator, Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, including finalist […]
The Center for Transgender Health reflects on hitting a momentous benchmark: 2,500 patients have received gender affirming care since the center opened in 2017.
At the Johns Hopkins Center for Transgender Health, the informed consent model offers a less burdensome experience for patients.
At the Johns Hopkins Center for Transgender Health, we’re passionate about supporting people who are transgender as they develop their voices. Learn more about gender affirming voice therapy.
On Transgender Day of Remembrance, we not only remember and honor the people we have lost, but we also stand in solidarity with our transgender and gender-diverse family around the world.
This excerpt is from a post written by Nat Mulkey, originally published on Closler blog. Genderqueer and non-binary individuals aren’t a new phenomenon and neither are gender-neutral pronouns. Though the singular use of they/them has entered the dictionary only recently, it’s been used colloquially for many years. But they/them isn’t the only gender-neutral pronoun out there. A few […]
In a Q&A, Johns Hopkins nurse practitioner Jill Crank discusses how the new coronavirus is changing care for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. “Even before this pandemic, their ability to access safe, affirming care was difficult,” she says.
Welcome to the Center for Transgender Health’s new blog, Affirm. When we first opened our doors three years ago, we never imagined how many wonderful people we would have the opportunity to meet in so short a time.